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The Right To Unionise

By Ed McDonnell

(see bottom of page)

After the brief text below and a summary download,

the full work as a free download.

How most people will always have to

relate to make their living is shockingly

unequal, if not unionised. It is weighted

grossly unfairly in favour of business

people and public sector managers.

It is amongst the most wrongful things

about our economic and political

systems. Not just in how people

suffer in this vital task of making

a living but also in the annexing of

wealth and in political power.

The Right To Unionise shows just how

it is unfair, and why unionising should

be a right, and union conditions

expected, in all jobs.

Continued in the

Unionise Three-page Starter.pdf   

In large text for smartphones.

For more, click on the .pdf  links for

free downloads

THE BOOK

The Right To Unionise.pdf   

v.2024.3, 224 pages .

Best read on larger devices and PCs,

text is small on smartphones.

A standalone short download.

Recognition.pdf

A page of summary diagrams

The Right To Unionise Chart.pdf

Buy a print copy of

The Right To Unionise, coil-bound

for easy reading, at 11.00 GBP

or equivalent, plus postage from

'The Right to Unionise' on Lulu.com

 

The Right To Unionise is taken

from How We Relate In Business,

Work & Politics, that is at

www.howwerelate.global

The Right To Unionise includes

summaries of How We Relate,

here separately in large text

for reading on phones/devices -

The Ten Minute Read.pdf

The Twenty Minute Read.pdf

REVIEWS of How We Relate -

North West Labour History -

far from an academic handbook on

your rights at work; has the feel of

the shop floor.

The late Tony Benn, socialist activist

and politician -

a great book to explain the essentials.

 

Ed McDonnell is a retired lecturer who

taught courses for union workplace

reps/shop stewards and has been

active in the labour movement and

class politics for fifty years. In the UK.

 

Explanation of the website design

A simple .html file made in MS Word, the text

is done in a size readable on smartphones that

displays over-large on desktop computers and

tablets. To fix this, a proper webpage is needed

and might get constructed. But it is the content

that matters, of the downloads and the printed

copies on Lulu, and they are continually

improved and display and print OK.

 

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